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Discarding unstaged changes in Git

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To discard unstaged changes in Git you can use the git checkout command. This is useful when you have made changes to a file that have not yet been staged and you would like to undo them.

Examples

To discard all unstaged changes in the current working directory:

git checkout -- .

To discard all unstaged changes for a particular file:

git checkout -- <filepath>

where <filepath> refers to the filepath of the file you would like to remove all unstaged changes for.

WARNING

Be careful when using this command as once changes are discarded they cannot be recovered.

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